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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 5, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 234 districts make career ladder choices By DEBBIE DdLOACH Staff wrltflf By June 175 teachers in New Braunfete and Comal tSDs will have careef ladder checks in But the other 148 educators who met the qualifications have a much longer We did what we CISD Superintedent Bill Brown We received in career ladder funds for Were going to add to that to reach 91 We mailed out 89 career ladder and were saving two positions for If no one the next two in line will get whats he Assistant Superintendent Oscar Smith said NB1SD teachers have been informed they will receive career ladder supplements on the June 14 We notified all our teachers three weeks and told them they either made it or they We had 147 but only 86 out of the districts 241 teachers will receive Smith Both school boards set the Level Two supplement at rather than the to help spread out state funds to more But there still wasnt enough to go We mailed out three Brown One went out to those who made with checks The letter told teachers that they met state but werent above the cutoff point on the local stricter The third letter went to those who qualify for Level and See Page 12A GBRA drops Canyon outflow from 614 to 300 cfs Two weeks after the Canyon Dam outflow dropped from 650 cubic feet per second to 614 river authorities this morning cut the outflow rate more than When theres not much water flowing into the ex plained David Welsch of the Guadalupe Blanco River there cannot be a large amount flowing out of the The inflow is reduced to Lake levels Data Level March 1 April 1 May Juris 1 probably 350 cfs by said director of planning and development at And as the inflow is the outflow is The recent lack of steady rains in Central Texas is the he In order to get the reservoir back to a full we need flows of 800 to cfs over a period of Welsch So GBRA officials are waiting and They will adjust the outflow according to the varying amount of Texas Baseball Rangers Chisox 3 Cards Astros New Braunfels Herald New Texas Groups blast courts ruling on prayer WASHINGTON AP Some members of the religious right are so outraged over the newest Supreme Court ruling on prayer in the schools that they are calling it an act of war against this nations religious But to civil Tuesdays decision is a major victory to keep religious activity out of the nations public The court fueled the controversy anew with1 a ruling that forbids daily moments of silence if students are fold they may pray during that The strongly reaf firmed the 1962 ban on organized prayer in public Among conservative members of the immediate reaction was a vow to renew the push for a constitutional amendment to allow group prayers in public We must hold hearings as soon as we can on the silent prayer Orrin R The real issue isnt the form of the Its ending the governmental ban on school prayer which is what is offensive to most At the Justice spokesman Terry Eastland We regret that the court did not agree with our position in the momentofsilence case We are that the court did not hold that the momentofsilence laws now existing in some two dozen states offend the White House spokesman Ldrry Speakes said only We havent the opportunity to review We dont generally comment on Supreme Court decisions unless theyre Beverly LaHaye of Concerned Women for in a statement endorsed by such groups as Moral Majority and American Coalition for See Page 12A River deputy makes his presence felt ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer A decision is expected within the next two weeks on a weekend work schedule for a roving deputy on the Guadalupe On Memorial Day a reserve sheriffs deputy worked the giving advice and and generally making river rafters aware of his Members of the Lower Guadalupe Business Association were to meet Tuesday but the meeting was said president Betty the executive board will decide how often to hire a county reserve deputy to patrol the Were kind of Walls The one officer has volunteered for this duty also is a member of the fire department and has other Walls adding that she expects he will work on the river about twice a Walls said the business association has been talking about hiring a patrol deputy for about six There are river rangers on a lot of rivers on the East Coast and the West she weve been studying the rivers that use The deputy is paid by the which has a paid Walls said the river although used only once so was The awareness of an officer out there made a she He didnt do a lot of ticketing on Memorial Day but just the awareness made people more Many river users on Memorial Day stopped and asked the deputy what he was doing and if he would continue to patrol the Walls See Page 12A Inside Water Wateh Comal gp 71 Canyon down 18 Canyon Dam down 314 Edwards down COMICS Canyon Lake down Sunset today is at and sunrise Thursday will be at 2G CBOSSWORD m Todays Weather Once it will be partly cloudy and warm this afternoon 21 te IB 4A percent chance of Tooigat will be mostty cloudy with a low in tbe mid 70s and a 40 percent chajoce of Yesterdays high waft 92 anri thla mnrninon Inm moa SKJBTS mm STOCKS 2A TVUSTlNaS 26 3A Final preparations The Canyon Cougars hit their diamond Tuesday to work out the kinks in anticipation of Thursdays trip to the state baseball playoffs in DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEItUNG Canyon plays Jasper at DischFaJk fieid at 3 and a win would put the Cougars in the state finals Wednesday 25 Cents 28 Pages3 Sections Nobid office Road project went ahead despite bid request By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer County commissioners told him to bid the but County Engineer Clark Mac McCoy apparently has ignored courts wishes in renovating road department offices without seeking Amonth McCoy asked commissionersto approve a change order to another which would allow him to renovate the road department administrative Commissioners told McCoy they wanted his office renovation bid separately from the other which involved finishing a garage That office renovation is nearly complete without having been bid and without the knowledge of all but one Commissioner Jumbo the liaison commissioner with the road indicated he knew the construction was going When asked about Evans said that commissioners had decided to allow McCoy to do it with his own men because they could do it Neither County Judge Fred Clark nor Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee Camarillo knew that the renovation project was being done without bidding Commissioner Monroe Wetz could not remember what had been but said he had not been contacted further on Commissioner Bill George has been on McCoy had asked commissioners about the change order in their May 2 At that Wunderlich Construction had begun working on the garage Commissioners decided that it was a separate that the estimate had doubled since the project had first been discussed from to and that bidding was the only The money for the project was See Page 12A Too darn hot Southern heat wave wreaking havoc with chicken population 4T14NTA AP A brutal heat wave that pushed the mercury above 100 degrees across Dixie and tied or swapped records in feast 25 cities moved into its fifth fey today after tetog Warned for the death of one person and a half TODJW it caflt get much hotter because H wasp said 4bM a forecaster with the NaUcwal Weather Service in aaW the heat is close to tts physical limit fpr this tune of with WWJ4 demand to water elec No significant cooling was expected before Friday or Heat records for ihe date were broken Tuesday in 23 all but one in Mississippi or South and the mercury hit 100 in 11 of In a lOWegree reading smashed by eight degrees the old mark ivr the which had stood since to where the reading of IQQ degrees topped a 28 yearoW mark by eight police said they found Elaine collapsed witfaQo Wood pressure and a body temperature of 108 Her Brent said she died late Monday of a heat induced heart The Southern whose sub sidiaries supply electripHy in northeast Florida and southeast reported a record demand of million kilowatts from 5 to 6 topping a record set Another day old record was by Southern subsidiary which its customers demanded million kilowatts in a peak hour Farmers in southern Alabama rigged showers to cool cattle and and poultry experts said losses were held down by fans installed after a 1980 heat James Scroggs of the Poultry Market News in Atlanta said chickens had been lost in Georgia since cutting normal production for the period by Chicken farmers in
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